Robotic Filament Winding, Material Research

Material Research & Sustainable Design 

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Residential Build Quay View Exterior

Considered Residential Design    

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Residential Build Quay View Interiors

Interior Design & Project Management   

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BEE.GIN distillery section

Creative Concept Schemes & Project Visuals 

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Fibre wound dome perspective

Software & Technology Capability

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BEE.GIN distillery concept scheme approach

Playful Design Schemes 

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Fibre wound dome section

Installations & Events 

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Interior Design  

Following extensive smoke damage, this family home was completely renovated with a new, unified interior design. 

Following a brief of Modern Country, we introduced a repeating colour palette to create a calm and welcoming space that flows from room to room. This project has been featured in two publications: Country Homes & 25 Beautiful Homes

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Working with you to Achieve Your Vision

The joy of architecture is that every project is different and every client is different. Our client led approach has always been a key pillar of our studio ethos. It is our ambition to provide beautiful and considered design, at accessible and competitive prices. 

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Published Research 

In 2019, Hannah Arkell, our principal architect, published and presented her research in 'Robotic Filament Winding with Natural Fibres’ at the Fibrenamics International Conference of Natural Fibres conference in Porto. The conference focuses on smart and sustainable solutions for working with natural materials in industry, such as medicine, architecture, fashion, cosmetics and auto-motives.

Material research, new construction techniques and sustainable solutions is integral to the pursuit for a green, sustainable future for architecture.

Hannah's research investigated material efficient, light weight deployable architecture, tested through the proposition of a spiritual space. This was achieved through the processing of natural fibres using robotic filament winding, and the colour treatment of a selection of natural fibres. 

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Projects

Fisherman's Hut

Christchurch Dorset 2020 

Arts & Crafts House

New Forest 2019

Quay View

Christchurch Dorset 2017